music. mash.

June 22, 2010

This is probably one of the best representations of my musical taste.

The only thing that I can think of that could improve upon this mash up would be the inclusion of some Pat Green/Garth Brooks/Lonestar.

midweek. moodswing.

March 2, 2010

Is everyone having one of those weeks? If so, hop on the bandwagon. What’s with today, today?

Some things to lighten your mood..

The twin’s stuffed animals from China:

Texts from last night:

(501): I changed the name of my iPod to ‘The Titanic’ so when I plug it in it says ‘The Titanic is syncing.’

(215): is it bad that i have made the decision to never travel to vienna simply b/c of that transvestite that won the bachelor?

[More] Bachelor commentary:

“he’s going to pick the horse’s ass named after sausage instead of this adorable little doll?”



And if that’s not enough, three words:

Giant. Inflatable. Beavers.

Happy hump day, ya’ll.

fraudulent. findings.

November 15, 2009

So my friends at Chase Visa gave me a call last week, to inform me that they were shutting down my card, as they feared it had been compromised. It was a little odd, since they called to tell me they were giving me the kabosh, rather than asking if I wanted it to be shut down. But I digress, that’s not the point of the story.

After the rep said that they were putting the card on hold, he wanted to go through some recent transactions to make sure that they were legit. Sure, no problem. But I had no idea that going over one’s purchasing habits with a total stranger would be so…. revealing.

Rep: Niketown in San Francisco on 11/5?
DP: okay, so it wasn’t purely a business trip. At least I didn’t put it on the corp AMEX?

Rep: Walgreens on 11/9?
DP: Hmm.. oh yes, that was the dog Snuggie.

Rep: International Bicycle for [let’s just say a lot of money]?
DP: I obviously needed a new cyclocross bike. Don’t judge.

Rep: Educational Consulting Services for $1.50?
DP: That one definitely sounds suspicious.

I hope being credit card-less will be an acceptable excuse not to buy anyone xmas presents this year. Right?

buried. treasure.

October 26, 2007

A bulldozer working on the Cubs’ project to remove the crown from the playing surface at Wrigley Field yesterday was forced to come to a stop between home plate and first base after hitting something.  It turns out “cement blocks surrounding the bottom parts of the old goal posts from Bears games at Wrigley had been buried under the infield … for nearly four decades” (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 10/26).

simpsonize. me.

September 20, 2007

This is me, Simpsonized.

and here in my natural habitat, at the kwik-e-mart! (my 7-11 still sells Slurpees in the Squishee cups, yay)

flying. sofa.

May 17, 2007

Sofa breaks world record for fastest furniture
(never thought I’d be typing that sentence ever)

bobble. head.

May 8, 2007

One of the greatest bobbleheads ever created!